GoDaddy, that website hosting company that has a stronger brand association with "trying-too-hard 'sExY' Super Bowl ads" than with, uh, actual website hosting, has announced plans to tone it down. Let's all pour one out for the boobies commercials we'll never know.
Women watch the Super Bowl, and also buy shit. Unfortunately, ad agencies don't seem to have gotten this message, if yesterday's outing was any indication — and it is, given that the Super Bowl is when brands and agencies trot out their most treasured pitches. But some efforts missed the mark most spectacularly. Let's…
Operation Rescue's Talking Sphincter-in-Charge Randall Terry is running for President as a Democrat, and he's using federal election law to force TV stations to air his graphic bloody fetus campaign ads during the Super Bowl. Will his propaganda be encouraging you to barf up your nachos on a TV near you this Sunday?…
The same batshit crazy, terrorist-rhetoric crew that brought the D.C. area 355 airings of graphic shots of fetuses is trying to take it to the next level: first nationwide, then the Super Bowl. Will it work?
Last night, everyone was a Jezebel commenter.
Knowing that Super Bowl Sunday is the only day of the year in which TV viewers actually care about commercials, you'd think ad agencies would have tried to reach the men and the women watching at home, right? Wrong.
In 1987, doctors in the Philippines advised Pam Tebow that carrying her fifth child to term would endanger her life. She chose to have that child, a son she named Tim. Now, she's advocating that others don't share her freedoms.
According to several tipsters, Teleflora is sending apologies and coupons to people who complained about the company's sexist Super Bowl ad, but it isn't the first time the online florist has delivered a misogynistic message.
Every 30 seconds of advertising during last night's Super Bowl cost $3 million, so advertisers really tried to come up with something innovative: hot girls and crude stereotypes about women.